Sometimes your computer might slowdown while running a few programs especially while using the internet. There are many reasons for this. It may be attributed to viruses or limited space on the computer’s memory.
In such cases you might need to restore the OS work like normal again. Unlike formatting your system, restoring or reprogramming your system is an easier process but something that is not done as regularly as it involves incorporating restore points. In addition, you will not lose much of your data after this process. Windows help provides support for their users to use the restore option to fix the computer easily. Try the following instruction, if you want to restore your Windows OS.
Steps to Follow
- Close all the programs that runs on your computer.
- Click on the Start button on the bottom left corner of your desktop.
- Hover your mouse pointer on top of the All Program. This will reveal all programs installed on your computer.
- From these programs, select Accessories.
- From the list of option in the accessories, click on the System Tools and then select the System Restore.
- Now you have the option to restore your computer to an earlier state.
- In a window that pops up, which ask you to choose a restore point, you can see the available restore point bolded on your calendar.
- From these restore points, select a point at which you know that your computer was working well.
- As you select the restore point, click OK, the system restore starts.
- As the restore proceeds, the system will tell you about the changes that make on your system, click OK to accept these changes.
- Wait until the completion of the restoration process. Make sure that you do not interrupt the computer during the restoration process.
- Once the restoration process is complete, the computer restarts automatically and the screen displays that the restoring process is complete.
- Then, click the OK button and your system is ready to use again.
- Now your system does not have any programs installed and you need to install all the programs again on your computer.
- While you install the new programs on your computer, make sure that you do not install any program, which might slow down or harm your system.
If you follow the above instructions, you can easily restore your Windows and run it properly again. Contact the Windows help number for further assistance in the restoration process.